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'''Chaco Culture National Historical Park''' is a major unit of the [[United States of America | United States]] [[United States National Parks | national park system]] located just outside [[Navajo Nation]] in [[New Mexico]].  It preserves extensive ruins of prehistoric American Indian communities.
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'''Chaco Culture National Historical Park''' is a major unit of the [[United States of America | United States]] [[United States National Parks | national park system]] located just outside [[Navajo Nation]] in [[New Mexico]].  It preserves extensive ruins of prehistoric American Indian communities.  Chaco is on the [[UNESCO World Heritage List]].
  
 
==Understand==
 
==Understand==

Revision as of 15:00, 19 December 2005

Chaco Culture National Historical Park is a major unit of the United States national park system located just outside Navajo Nation in New Mexico. It preserves extensive ruins of prehistoric American Indian communities. Chaco is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Contents

Understand

History

Landscape

Flora and fauna

Climate

Get in

Drive. The nearest city with air service is Farmington (New Mexico), about 60 miles north, which is served by a commuter airline (Mesa) that is a partner with United Airlines. The nearest major airport is in Albuquerque about 150 miles southeast. There is no rail or bus service in this remote region.

Fees/Permits

Get around

See

Do

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

Lodging

The nearest hotels and motels are in Farmington, about 60 miles north, and in communities along Interstate highway 40 (e.g. Gallup and Grants), a similar distance south.

Camping

The park includes a single, rudimentary campground. Fee $10/site/night ($5 with NPS Park Pass). There is no potable water, but bottled water may be purchased at the nearby visitor center. Vehicles (RVs, trailers) must be no longer than 30 feet.

Backcountry

No backcountry camping/backpacking is permitted within the park.

Stay safe

Get out

External links

http://www.nps.gov/chcu/index.htm Park home page

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